Pitt Counseling Center- HEART Team

The Division of Student Affairs has implemented the Pittsburgh Higher Education Assessment and Response Team (HEART) which provides an immediate response, initially with police, to welfare checks initiated by members of our university communities to support students in distress.


Life Solutions is the University of Pittsburgh's Faculty and Staff Assistance Program that provides a broad range of services to assist University employees and their household members to balance work and the stresses of daily life. Life Solutions offers personalized care services, 24-hour support, online resources and tools, and more, all at no cost to you. Life Solutions services include:

Personalized Work Life Referrals
Online Work Life Resources
Crisis 24/7 Contact Information
Counseling and Coaching Services
Disability and Family Medical Leave Outreach

Contact Life Solutions

You can speak with a Life Solutions specialist in-person, through video, or by telephone. To speak with a specialist, or to schedule an in-person appointment, call 1-866-647-3432.

Pitt Mobility

Keep up with your travel options through the Pitt Mobility page: Pitt Mobility
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Pitt Concern Connection

The University of Pittsburgh strives to build and maintain a positive and healthy working, learning and living environment. Reporting concerns, asking questions and understanding Pitt’s response to them is critical to this process.

The Pitt Concern Connection enables our campus communities to elevate irregular or troublesome workplace issues so that they can be investigated and resolved. Report an issue or ask a question online, by telephone or via text message. 

For more details about submitting a report, use our quick-guide! or visit


Office of Equity Diversity and Inclusion

OEDI is committed to fostering diversity and celebrating differences, educating the community on the benefits of diversity, promoting equity, eliminating discrimination, and advancing equal access to all opportunities at the University.  For more information on available resources, contact information and programs please visit


The University of Pittsburgh is committed to supporting and sustaining an inclusive and equitable campus environment — one that welcomes, values and embraces the diverse perspectives of community members of all sexual orientation, gender identities and gender expressions. For more information resources please visit